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A few weeks ago, we celebrated a storytelling night along the theme of “Inheritance” and “Legacy” in the newly renovated Imaginarium. Along with tasty food and drink, we shared how these words have resonated in our personal, civic and imaginative lives. Emily Ulmer, our host, asked on the event page: “What kind of legacy do…
Check out all of the amazingly creative neighbors who participated in this year’s Future Festival photo booth! Photos are now online at our Flickr account. Peruse them all and find your photo! A special thank you again to campers and counselors at Habonim Dror Camp Tavor for painting this year’s photo booth backdrop—it is a…
For many years running, local poet Elisabeth Wenger has written a special poem for the occasion of Huss Future Festival and this year was thankfully no different. She has a beautiful way of capturing the spirit of a moment and connecting it with larger movements at work. We’re so grateful that we’ve officially named her…
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